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TMCP eBay Pick

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Posted by on December 11, 2017 with 0 Comments

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000.

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

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Total and Complete: 1970 Dodge Charger R/T: Nut and Bolt Resto, or Clean It and Drive It?

The body appears very straight.  It needs paint.  The vinyl top will need replacing. The back deck behind the rear window looks to have some very minor rust, and will need attention if you’re going to restore it.


Engine is complete and runs. This Charger shows low mileage on the odometer, and the numbers ALL align so very well, I have no way of verifying the mileage.  I’m sure if someone wants to do a VIN search to see what the history looks like, they can do so.  I have to say that upon looking at the undercarriage, this car was either restored, or really does have VERY low miles on it.

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